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PyCon US 2024 Schedule Launch. Introducing our Keynote Speakers

We’re excited to announce the full schedule for PyCon US 2024!

This year, we received a record number of proposals that our Program Committee had to go through: 990 proposals! As a comparison, last year we received a little more than 700 proposals, so it’s almost 40% more proposals compared to the previous year! Thank you to everyone who submitted their proposals.

With these many proposals received, we could easily have enough speakers to fill the program for multiple Python conferences! Our volunteer Program Committee has worked hard to select only 14% among the many strong proposals to create an excellent conference program covering a wide range of subjects for attendees to enjoy. We’re looking forward to meeting all the presenters and learning from them at PyCon US 2024.

Meet Our Keynote Speakers

We are thrilled to announce our Keynote speakers. Please welcome Jay Miller, Kate Chapman, Simon Willison, and Sumana Harihareswara who will be sharing their insights and perspectives on our main conference days, May 17 - May 19, 2024.

Head to the Keynotes page to learn more about the amazing names that make up this year’s Keynote lineup!

Full Schedule Released

Check our updated schedule page to learn more. The schedule has been updated with dates and timing of our Tutorials, Talk Tracks, Charlas Track, and Sponsor Presentations.

Posters will be featured and displayed during all open hours of the Expo Hall and alongside presentations by the authors on Sunday, May 19, 2024. All together, there will be a wide array of topics that we hope experienced and newer Python users will find engaging.

Many thanks to all of those who submitted proposals this year! The schedule would not be the same without all your hard work.

Note that if you’ve attended PyCon US before, you might notice that our scheduling looks slightly different this year. We encourage you to check the schedule ahead of the conference.

Thank You Committees and Reviewers!

Thank you to all of our Program Committee members and proposal reviewers who volunteered their time and hard work! Going through close to one thousand proposals is no easy task. Without their efforts in helping to launch the PyCon US Call for Proposals, this would not have been possible.

Their commitment to managing the process of preparing for CFPs to launch and managing the review process began over 6 months ago. We truly could not have accomplished the final result of launching the schedule today without each of them.
  • Tutorial Committee: Sarah Kuchinsky, Merilys Huhn, Mridul Seth, Mfon Eti-mfon
  • Program Committee: Philippe Gagnon, Tereza Iofciu
  • Charlas Committee: Denny Perez, Cristián Maureira-Fredes, Adolfo Fitoria, Aldo Caneo, Andres Pineda, Arturo Martínez Pacheco, Carlos Maldonado, Daniel Hernández Méndez, Yhonatan Peguero
  • Poster Committee: Kristen McIntyre
In addition, we want to send a huge thank you to the numerous volunteers who reviewed each of the submissions and worked long hours to make sure PyCon US has a great line-up. The conference would not take place without the support and time of these volunteers.
Tutorial, Summit, Sponsor Presentation & Event Registration

Registration is now open for Tutorials, Sponsor Presentations, Summits, Mentored Sprints for Diverse Beginners, and the PyLadies Auction.

Be sure to register for the conference here if you have not already done so. Keep in mind that there are limited spaces available for each of the events listed above, with Tutorials and PyLadies Auction being sold out way ahead of the conference each year. So if you’re planning to attend and participate in any of these, be sure to register early.

NOTE: Please be sure to hit “Check out and Pay” when registering for Tutorials. If you do not complete your invoice and a Tutorial sells out, it will be removed from your cart and you will no longer be able to reserve a spot for that session. Please contact with any questions.